Podcasts: Whatcom Report

Podcasts

Whatcom Report

Sundays from 8 – 9am

House Real Estate

The Whatcom Report for 10/26/14

Host Mary Kay Robinson hosts a lively discussion about rental registration in Bellingham with a panel of guests.

old city hall

The Whatcom Report for 10/19/14

Host Scott Hume chats with Lisa Schork, a long term care specialist, about the uncomfortable, but necessary topic of long term care solutions.

chuckanut trail

The Whatcom Report for 10/12/14

Host Guy Occhiogrosso runs down this week in Whatcom County business.

Photo courtesy of City of Bellingham

The Whatcom Report for 10/5/14

Bill Gorman hosts the Rotary Club presidents from around the county.

bank

The Whatcom Report for 9/28/14

Host Mary Kay Robinson of Windermere Real Estate chats with Brian Vance, President of Heritage Bank.

library computer

The Whatcom Report for 9/21/14

Wes Herman of The Wood’s Coffee talks with Bob Pritchett of Faith Life (formerly Logos Bible Software) about the name change and what’s happening with Faith Life.

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The Whatcom Report for 9/14/14

Scott Hume talks chamber relevance with his panel of guests.

books

The Whatcom Report 9/7/14

Guy Ochiogrosso talks about the book club Sharpening Your Saw.

snowberry

The Whatcom Report 8/24/14

Bill Gorman talks with members of the rotary and YES.

fairgrounds

The Whatcom Report 8/10/14

Woods Coffee’s Wes Herman talks the NWWA Fair.

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NFL offers Thanksgiving tripleheader on KPUG

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A football before the first half of an NFL preseason football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, in Green Bay, Wis.

Tripleheader: Bears at Lions, Eagles at the Cowboys and the Seahawks at the 49ers in the finale! Tune it all in NOW on KPUG.

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More than 46 million Americans are expected to travel over the holiday weekend.

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History of the holiday: Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America, but it wasn't until the 1860s that it was declared a national holiday.